STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: J&K State Branch of Indian Red Cross Society on Saturday inaugurated a three-day first aid training programme for students of Hakim Sanaullah Institute of Paramedical Science and Technology, Sopore, Baramulla.
The objective of this training is to enhance the capacity of the paramedical students of the Institute to act a First Medical Responders in times of need and educate the community to make them more resilient to disasters to which the community is vulnerable. Presently the training is being imparted to 30 female students of the Institute.
On the direction of Shafi Rather, General Secretary, IRCS-J&K State, a team of State Level Trainers were deputed to impart the training to the students which is being monitored by Master Trainer, Dr. Itinder Pal Singh Bali.
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